Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 6, 1905 Page: 4 of 6
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I'uill.l uhd hy VV. H. Honneii.
"Entered as second-class matter,
May 6. 1904, at the post office
at Davenport, Okla. under
tihe Ar t of Congress of March 3,1879'
Subscription $1.00 a Year, Payable
in Advance. Paper Stopped
When Time Expire: unit v.
Volume I Nump.ku XX XXIX.
a weekly NF.WSI'ahkr
railed e v ery '1' 1 • RSDAY, AT DAVF.N-
BOUT, lincoln COUNTY, OKLAHOMA
ok kick on has i kirst street.
Auril fi, 1905.
BRING IT BACK
'I he gentleman who 00k the .ive
dollar bill from the east ci\d of the
counter in the drug store Wednes-
day after noon, between i an>' 2 o'•
ulock., wil' please return it and ; re-
«ent his being prosecuted and pub-
lished. 1 positively know who took
Chas. A. Ridley.
The new brick bank is going up
nicely, brink work having reached
the second story. The vault is near-
ly completed also.
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section iine south of here. 1 he
A . it 11 j ti arrived at the J. (J. Hugo and Dr. Rille) went
home of Mr. and Mrs J. G. McCu< |to Chandler, yesterday to Iook after
Wednesday morning. Mother ami j the proposition of opening the half
child doing well, but Mac is still
going around pinching himself to
sec if he is awake.
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John Bogga has sprouted a pa:r
of wings and joined The Leader
force as "the angel." He has
been a very efficient pres- man the
pant three months and is starting
out with his typo work like an "old
timer" and doing his work well.
Ha thinks it will ord) be a short
time until he will tknow the differ.
ence between "shooting stick" and
a ''Piarl Jobber," but h a ■
never ;^onc with the "chase*' after
a "nonpariel inking fountain." It
is is difficult for him to gat used
to the "hell box," It only takes
a year or two in a ] tint shop how-
ever to do 'hat.
We have a list of the names of the
• igners to the petition for a .saloon
j license ~t Davenport. It is impos
sibh for us to refrain from expres-
sing surprise at finding some person's
names thereon. ~"7e admire a man
for his courage, when he stands out
boldly for what he believes is right,
even though he be as wrong as Satan
himself, but the fellow, who pretends jjj
one thing and does another, is cer- 5
tainly a traitor, 1 despised by both
sides,), and doomed for perdition, as
sure as there is such a placo.
jctr.i a!:- o took 11 IK pc.!< ion for
incorporation and the election to.
vole on the proposition has been set
for May 2.
"When I get married, I'm going to spend my honey moon riding
on the Santa Fe, becausc its passenger trains are first class trave 1m
pleasure hotels," a young m<tn w as heard to say tbs other day.
Colonist Rates ~n sale March 1st to
Mry J 5th to California and the northwest
$27 50 to Utah, Idaho, Oregon and
For futher information ask your local agent.
l. l. chilson, agent
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fK " ^lr*-r' '*
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from hkre to there
And tin re's pure air, pure water and sunshine
on the hill. Just the place for a rest after the
Ion. winter. It's the
Work at the oil derrick is still
progressing, and it is hoped will be
completed before long. It is n big
: b, and-takes a whole lot of timber
to put one up. We jo n with the
officers of the company in wishing
that th ;rc maybe no further delays.
A. T. .V SANTA FE.
W. D. Baird, M.D.
Physician & Surgeon
Special Attention given to Surgery, and
Diseases of Women and Children.
~ Round-trip tickets to Eureka Springs on sale every day in the year
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Eureka Springs, Ark.
OPERATED DY THE FRISCO SYSTEM.
QHICAOO PASS. NO. 408, I .36 P. M.
LOCAL FREIGHT NO. 414, 3:05 A. M
tSALVI STON PASS. NO. 407, 1.41 P. M
LOCAL FRK1GH1 NO. 413, 4:05 P. M.
0. H. II 011, \gent.
-il". I,OL IS v SAN FRANCISCO
PASS 1 vt;t K NO 412, 12 .1 P. M.
'«OC A'. I'.R I UtH'l NO, ( ;4, 11 30 ". M.
west noi nt)
LOCAL KKI I gu i . l>. J43, I0'4.0 p. M
J K. Ro!;k.kison Agent*
Passenger trains arrive daily •>■
t"-J <■ i'ihtc. daily 1 '"ot Sund. w
a 1 C. W. STRAIN, D. P. A
j\.S JV Wichita, Kansas.
<2 j* J* & J* Jt j* j* 3 Jt Jt & M J* 3 *5s j* .4 ^5 J* J 3 J* 4 j* 3 J* J* j* ,
We handle nothing but the *
5 best quality of goods in our
^ line. Alwaye keep them fresh q r*
J and well at lowest cash prices. X *
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< ,'t 4 <?• ,«* ..S J* * ,4 *
We want to se!J them quick
One 2 3-4 wagon, $66 cash
One 3 inch wagon $69 cash
We have a good stock of seed potatoes, onion sets, and garden
We have a ;.ood stock of builders hardware.
1. O. O F
lodge No. igi
meets every Wednesday nigh: at
LJidley's Hall. Visiting brothers |
are cordially |invited. E. L. Berry <*,
N. G.; R. C. Ridley, Sec.
We havo a nice stocl: of gloves tor men. Dont forgtt the
remnants of laees. We will only have them one more week,
^/.yA. F & A. M. Davenport
lodge No u2 meets Sat. on
| or before each full and new moons
it earl) lamp lighting. All worthy
Brother^ are invited to
! us. w. H. Fowi.rW. M.
C. kidlev. .Set i i-tai ■.
McCUE & CO.
lr Si d and Broadway. DAVENPORT, OKLA. ^
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Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 6, 1905, newspaper, April 6, 1905; Davenport, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106305/m1/4/: accessed July 26, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.